a smart theme loader for CMS systems.
$ npm install theme --save
require theme module and init a valid theme manager with
home dir is the very parent dir of
node_modules of your project.
assume your project named
candy, of course in the package.json.
public(static files locate here)
static(your theme's static files)
underscorejust a example
Theme will load NPM module as a theme by package name, and auto-search the correct result. even not fully filename provided. So here is a simple example, we provide
default/home as a shortname of
const themes = __dirnameapp;
In this case below, we list all available themes which named like
Theme also support install theme by NPM package name:
Enjoy your themes and be happy publishing them to NPM !
$ npm install .$ npm test
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